The shades always blink into the fog of war.
I can't even imagine how it's possible to get Feeling Parched doing this. lol
Darvin wrote:Sounds like you're entering curse world a little early. I explored about half the map before I attacked anything. You're a vampire, exploration means very little to you so explore and find some items in shops and some power-ups on the ground. Even if your shop items suck you want to start converting stuff. Four or five layers of lifesteal will make a huge difference.
Last but not least, when attacking animated armors make sure you explore between each attack so they can heal. If you attack an AA with 1 HP, you only steal 1 HP of damage. However, if you let it heal back up you can steal your maximum amount (just make sure you don't let it heal too much; just enough so that it still "dies" in one attack). Vampire is a little weird with how he interacts with AA's.
Actually, letting the enemy I'm attacking regen mid-fight is something I never even thought of for some reason.
FDru wrote:The closest I've come to winning was killing the Curse Shade by using absolutely every resource available, including every low level monster and potion, and having like 18 stacks of curse by the time I was done with that.
paplaukes wrote:Do curse stacks matter if you kill the Curse Shade? Seemed like picking the dragon item up yanks you out of the curse world for good.
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